AI Misuse: Artificial Intelligence (AI) has tightened its grip over the world, including India. Its technique of accomplishing tasks within minutes raises its demand across the world. But. The efficiency of AI in performing tasks within minutes has led to both positive and negative consequences. it has also become a tool for misconduct, prompting government intervention.
People, who are misusing AI, have come under the scanner of government strict action. The increasing cases of misusing AI forced the government to take strict action against the offenders. People are making objectionable videos with the help of artificial intelligence. Now the violators will have to go behind bars for misdeed conduct.
A different world can be created with artificial intelligence. Besides this, many complicated tasks can be done in minutes. However, AI has now become a source of fear for people. Its bad consequences are also coming to the fore. A shocking case has come to light from Palghar in Maharashtra. Wherein, two sons of a policeman have made obscene videos of women and girls using AI.
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Both the sons of the policeman crossed the limits when they made obscene videos of women and girls and circulated them on social media. Even the victims who protested against this were also assaulted. However, now both the criminals have been jailed following the complaint.
Strict action against AI misuse
If any obscene video or some wrongdoing is found in misusing AI, then a case can be registered against it under different sections of the IT Act, IPC and Data Protection Law. According to a cyber expert, action will be taken if any objectionable video is posted on the Internet under Section 67 of the IT Act. Along with this, he will have to pay a sentence of up to 3 years and a fine.
How to register a case against the criminal?
If someone has done something like this to you, then you should file a complaint immediately. No one can use your face, picture or video in a wrong way without your consent. If someone does this, then that person can be punished under cybercrime. You can lodge complaints both online and offline.